Instant Karma (1990) - News Poster



Hedy Lamarr/Samson And Delilah: Ahead of The Hunger Games?

Charles Boyer, Hedy Lamarr, Algiers Hedy Lamarr can be seen later this month on Turner Classic Movies: I Take This Woman (1940) will be shown on Saturday, April 28, and The Conspirators (1944) on Monday, April 30. I Take This Woman was a troubled production that took so long to make — W.S. Van Dyke replaced Frank Borzage who had replaced original director Josef von Sternberg — that punsters called it "I Retake This Woman." Spencer Tracy co-stars as a doctor who marries European refugee Lamarr. Jean Negulesco’s The Conspirators has several elements in common with Michael Curtiz’s Casablanca, including an "exotic" World War II setting (in this case, Lisbon), conflicting loyalties, male lead Paul Henreid, and supporting players Sydney Greenstreet and Peter Lorre. Curiously, at one point Lamarr had been considered for the Casablanca role that eventually went to Ingrid Bergman. Neither I Take This Woman nor The Conspirators did much for Hedy Lamarr’s Hollywood career.
See full article at Alt Film Guide »

Anonymous taps trio as managers

Anonymous Content has tapped Shawn Hopkins, Brian Medavoy and Lainie Stolhanske to join its management ranks. Hopkins joins the management division with a roster of lit clients that includes Burr Steers (Igby Goes Down), Scott Kosar (The Machinist), Laura Cahill (Hysterical Blindness), Tyger Williams (Menace II Society), Leigh Dunlap (A Cinderella Story), Paul Hernandez (Instant Karma), Peter Himmelstein (Lost Boys), Joel Hershman (Greenfingers), Philip Boston (Billabong Odyssey), Greg Pritikin (Dummy) and Joby Harold (Awake). She joins Anonymous from Catch 23 Entertainment. Before that, she spent two years with Rick and Julie Yorn and Artist Management Group. She started her career at ICM.

See also

Showtimes | External Sites